Though we were working for the benefit of the under privileged and jail inmates for the past 10 years, our efforts took final shape in the form of SIDDHARTHA VASHISHTA CHARITABLE TRUST in 2010, and has continued making credible contributions in its dual philanthropic fight to improve the lives of the prison inmates, and spreading cancer awareness. Our peace warriors have worked tirelessly right from the beginning and brought about revolutionary transformation and reformation in the lives of many. Our Trust has not only created a stupendous support system to help those suffering from cancer, but has also effectively supported the families of inmates through efficient financial assistance.
Our Core Endeavors:
A person suffering from cancer fights the fear of death every day. His family members and those nearest to him are made aware every moment of the impending death and its inevitability.
A person who reaches confinement in prison becomes a stigma to the society. So much so that most of the times even his family members are not spared of criticisms,
A person who reaches confinement in prison becomes a stigma to the society. So much so that most of the times even his family members are not spared of criticisms, comments and wrong judgments.
Unseen, Unheard - Innocent
Prisoners of Conscience
Siddhartha Vashishta Charitable Trust is holding a seminar to highlight the condition of Children of Prisoner's and propose an action plan to alleviate their suffering through collaborative efforts of individuals, government and civil institutions. Eminent speakers from different walks of life are expected to put forward their thoughts and suggest remedial measures to address this concern.
Date: 17th September 2016
Time: 11 A.M
Joseph Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003